Rachel meets with Minister to discuss Redditch’s High Street Fund bid

As part of her commitment to unlock Redditch’s full potential, Rachel has met with the Local Growth Minister to discuss the town’s bid for funding from the Future High Streets Fund. Rachel is working closely with Conservative leadership team on Redditch Borough...

Watch my House of Commons menopause debate

On Tuesday (February 13th) I held an adjournment debate on the health service and the menopause as part of my long-running campaign to raise greater awareness of one of society's last taboos. I think it's important Government looks again at how treatment is provided...

Rachel to hold latest Redditch business Brexit summit

With the UK’s exit from the European Union just 42 days away, Rachel will be hosting a Brexit summit with Redditch businesses to discuss what Brexit will mean for them. As part of her continuing commitment to supporting local businesses and Redditch’s economy, Rachel...

Rachel votes for biggest increase in police funding since 2010

Last night (February 5th), Rachel voted for the biggest increase in police funding since 2010, as well as a real-terms increase in funding for local councils. The police settlement for 2019/20 will see West Mercia Police receive £2.3 million in Government funding, a...

Rachel welcomes new beds at the Alex

With 19 beds and a new ward now open at the Alexandra Hospital, Rachel has welcomed the improvement in capacity as a step in the right direction. The new ward opened on Monday (February 5th) and will significantly help Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust to...

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Rachel Maclean

Rachel Maclean

Member of Parliament for Redditch County

About Rachel

A Midlands girl, Rachel went to the local comprehensive school and is a working Mum with four grown up children and a rescue dog, Phoebe. She’s a Midlands girl born and bred… [Read More]

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